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Encyclopedia > Music of SpongeBob SquarePants

The TV series SpongeBob SquarePants contains many songs created specifically for the show, stock tracks from Associated Production Music, traditional melodies and sea shanties, and special guest music by bands. This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... Associated Production Music (APM) is the worlds largest production music company service. ...

Contents

Music written for the show

  • "SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song"
  • "Ripped Pants" - featured in the episode "Ripped Pants"
  • "Nick's B Danube" - featured in the episode "Jellyfishing"
  • "Jellyfish Jam" - featured in the episode "Jellyfish Jam"
  • "SpongeBob ScaredyPants" by The Ghastly Ones - featured in the episode "Scaredy Pants"
  • "F.U.N. Song" - featured in the episode "F.U.N."
  • "Doing the Sponge" - featured in the episode "The Chaperone"
  • "Texas Song" (with Junior Brown) - featured in the episode "Texas"
  • "Bossy Boots Song" by The Capsules - featured in the episode "Bossy Boots"
  • "Loop De Loop" by Ween - featured in the episode "Your Shoe's Untied"
  • "That's What Friends Do" - featured in the episode "Wormy"
  • "Pre-Hibernation" by Pantera - featured in the episode "Prehibernation Week"
  • "The Very First Christmas" - featured in the episode "Christmas Who?"
  • "Hey, All You People" - featured in the episode "Jellyfish Hunter"
  • "Hey, Mean Mr. Bossman" - featured in the episode "Squid on Strike"
  • "Without You" - featured in the episode "Welcome to the Chum Bucket"
  • "Striped Sweater" - featured in the episode "As Seen on TV"
  • "Electric Zoo" - featured in the episode "Krab Borg"
  • "Underwater Sun" - featured in the episode "Party Pooper Pants"
  • "Bubble Beat Box" - featured in the episode "The Sponge Who Could Fly" (wraparounds)
  • "If Only I Could Join You" - featured in the episode "The Sponge Who Could Fly"
  • "He's Flying" - featured in the episode "The Sponge Who Could Fly"
  • "All You Need Is Friendship" - featured in the episode "The Sponge Who Could Fly"
  • "You're Old" - featured in the episode "Mid-Life Crustacean"
  • "B.C. Street" - featured in the episode "SpongeBob B.C."
  • "When Worlds Collide" - featured in the episode "SpongeBob B.C."
  • "Campfire Song Song" - featured in the episode "The Camping Episode"
  • "Goofy Goober Song" - featured in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
  • "You Better Swim" by Motörhead - featured in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
  • "Goofy Goober Rock" - featured in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
  • "SpongeBob and Patrick Confront the Psychic Wall of Energy" by The Flaming Lips - featured in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
  • "Cha-Ching" - featured in the episode "Selling Out"
  • "Gary's Song" by Stew - featured in the episode "Have You Seen This Snail?"
  • Squidly's songs ("I Was The King's Favorite Fool," "The Dragon is Here," "The King is Bad," "Spare Us, Dark Knight," "The Princess Screams," "There Once Was a Dragon," "Tis All Ended Well") - featured in the episode "Dunces and Dragons"
  • "So Long, Bikini Bottom" - featured in the episode "Chimps Ahoy"
  • "It's All About You" - featured in the episode "Whale of a Birthday"
  • "I Need 4-Ply When I Cry" - featured in the episode "Whale of a Birthday"
  • "Wishing Well" - featured in the episode "Wishing You Well"
  • "The Best Day Ever" - featured in the episode "Best Day Ever" and The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
  • "Twinkle, Twinkle, Patrick Star (I Wrote This)" - featured in the episode "Sing a Song of Patrick"
  • "Can't Keep My Eyes Off of You" - featured in the episode "To Love a Patty"
  • "If I Could Talk to Money" - featured in the episode "Money Talks"
  • "Welcome Home, Sandy" - featured in the episode "A Flea in Her Dome"

Many of these tracks can be found on the CDs SpongeBob SquarePants: The Yellow Album and SpongeBob SquarePants: Original Theme Highlights. Junior Brown Junior Brown (born 1953) is an American country guitarist and singer from Kirksville, Indiana. ... Ween is an alternative rock group formed in 1984 in New Hope, Pennsylvania when Aaron Freeman and Mickey Melchiondo met in an eighth grade typing class. ... For other uses, see Pantera (disambiguation). ... The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie is a feature film based on Nickelodeons hit TV show SpongeBob SquarePants. ... This article is about the band. ... The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie is a feature film based on Nickelodeons hit TV show SpongeBob SquarePants. ... The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie is a feature film based on Nickelodeons hit TV show SpongeBob SquarePants. ... The Flaming Lips (formed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1983) are an American alternative rock band. ... The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie is a feature film based on Nickelodeons hit TV show SpongeBob SquarePants. ... Stew (Mark Stewart, born 1961) is a critcally acclaimed singer/songwriter from Los Angeles. ... The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie is a feature film based on Nickelodeons hit TV show SpongeBob SquarePants. ...


Classical music

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts Piano Concerto No. ... Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (January 27, 1756 – December 5, 1791) was one of the most significant and influential of all composers of Western classical music. ... The Nutcracker (Russian: ) Op. ... “Tchaikovsky” redirects here. ... The Blue Danube is the common English title of An der schönen blauen Donau op. ... Johann Strauss II The Waltz King coming to life in the Stadtpark, Vienna Johann Strauss II (in German: Johann Strauß (Sohn), Johann Strauss (son); in English also Johann Strauss the Younger, Johann Strauss Jr. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Sir Edward William Elgar, 1st Baronet, OM, GCVO (2 June 1857 – 23 February 1934) was an English Romantic composer. ... La gazza ladra, otherwise known as The Thieving Magpie, is an opera and overture by Gioacchino Rossini. ... Portrait Gioacchino Antonio Rossini (February 29, 1792 – November 13, 1868)[1] was an Italian musical composer who wrote more than 30 operas as well as sacred music and chamber music. ... Lieder ohne Worte (Songs without Words) are a series of eight musical volumes consisting of six songs each (a total of 48) written for the solo piano by Romantic composer Felix Mendelssohn. ... Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, born and known generally as Felix Mendelssohn (February 3, 1809 – November 4, 1847) was a German composer and conductor of the early Romantic period. ... Romeo and Juliet is a musical work by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. ... “Tchaikovsky” redirects here. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... Gayane (sometimes written Gayaneh or Gayne) is a ballet in 4 acts with music by Aram Khachaturian. ... Aram Ilich Khachaturian (Armenian: Ô±Ö€Õ¡Õ´ Ô½Õ¡Õ¹Õ¡Õ¿Ö€ÕµÕ¡Õ¶, Aram Xačatryan; Russian: Аpaм Ильич XaчaÑ‚ypян, Aram Ilič Hačaturjan) (June 6, 1903 – May 1, 1978) was a composer of classical music. ... Coppélia is a ballet by Leo Delibes based upon a story by E.T.A. Hoffmann entitled The Sandman. It concerns an inventor who makes a life-size dancing doll. ... Maestro Clément Philibert Léo Delibes, Paris, circa 1885 (Clément Philibert) Léo Delibes (February 21, 1836 – January 16, 1891) was a French composer of Romantic music. ... Toccata and Fugue in D Minor is the name of two different pieces of music by Johann Sebastian Bach for the organ: BWV 538 and BWV 565. ... “Bach” redirects here. ...

Associated Production Music

  • Abject Terror
  • Achterhoek Dances, The
  • Action Cut (a)
  • Advance Attack
  • Advance Attack Alt. End
  • Adventure Begins, The
  • Against the Law (b, c, e)
  • Age of Discovery
  • Airs and Graces (a, b)
  • Alekoki
  • Alex on the Road
  • Alien Spacecraft (a)
  • Alley Cats
  • Aloha
  • Aloha Oe
  • Alpine Waltz, The
  • American Odyssey (a)
  • Andy Anorak
  • Anguish
  • Apalachian Banjo Duel
  • Arizona Fanfare
  • Armed Attack
  • Arnold is Back (1, 2)
  • Astronauts March
  • Awakening Memories
  • Award Winners (a)
  • Baby Elephant
  • Bachelor Life, The (a, c)
  • Background Blues
  • Bad Tempi (1)
  • Bartmania (a)
  • Bashful Eyes
  • Bat Stabs
  • Battle at Sea
  • Beach Party
  • Beast Within, The
  • Beauty Parade
  • Bell Hop (a)
  • Best of the West
  • Big Bad Giant
  • Big Ed's March
  • Blackbeard
  • Black Empire
  • Black Stockings
  • Blazing Trails
  • Bliss
  • Blondes and Bullets (a)
  • Blood in the Gutter
  • Blow the Man Down [two different tracks]
  • Blue Dobro (a)
  • Bobby Shaftoe
  • Bonnie Blue Gal
  • Bossa Cubana
  • Botany Bay (b, c)
  • Brass Flourish (a, k)
  • Break-Thru
  • Bring on the Girls
  • Brutal (a-c)
  • Buenos Aires (b)
  • Build Up
  • Burglar Bill
  • Busy Life
  • Caliope Carousel
  • Calling all Clowns
  • Call to Destiny (a)
  • Camilla
  • Camptown Races
  • Can Can [two different tracks]
  • Candy Floss
  • Caped Crusader
  • Captain Pugwash
  • Catwalk
  • Cellar Search
  • Cell 501
  • Cha Cha Nova
  • Chariot Race
  • Chase Me Chester
  • Chase that Car
  • Chilling Championship, A
  • Christmas Morning
  • Circus Comes to Town!, The
  • Circus Overture
  • City Desk
  • City Heat
  • Clarion Call
  • Classic Soap (1A, 14)
  • Cliffhanger (1, 2)
  • Cocktail Lounge
  • Co Co Baby (a)
  • Code 'Dead End'
  • Cold Fear
  • Cold Sweat
  • Comic Cues
  • Comic Tension (a)
  • Comic Walk
  • Commissioners
  • Constant Menace
  • Cosmic Cloud
  • Creature, The (a, b)
  • Crêpe Suzette
  • Crime Busters, The
  • Crime Doesn't Pay
  • Crime Squad
  • Crime Time (2, 3)
  • Crocodile Tears (a)
  • Curse of Evil (1)
  • Curtain-Raiser
  • Dance Macabre
  • Dance of the Fumblers
  • Dance of the Lights
  • Dancing the Hula
  • Dangerous (a-c, e)
  • Danger Zone
  • Dapper Don
  • Dashing White Sergeants
  • Day by the Sea, A (a)
  • Deadline
  • Dead March (2)
  • Death in the City
  • Death Trap
  • Deep Grief (1)
  • Desperate Dilemma
  • Dialogue Blues
  • Dickhäuter
  • Dingle's Regatta
  • Dirty Work at the Crossroads
  • Disneyland
  • Dissonance
  • Dombummel
  • Domestic Fun (a, b)
  • Dorothy
  • Down by the Riverside
  • Down in the Dumps
  • Drama Link (a, b, d-h, k)
  • Dramatic Climax
  • Dramatic Cue (a-h)
  • Dramatic Impact (1-3, 5, 6)
  • Dramatic Stabs
  • Dreadnought Tea Clipper, The (b)
  • Dream of Tomorrow
  • Dreamy Hawaii
  • Drop Me Off at 42nd St. (a)
  • Drunken Sailor, The [two different tracks]
  • Eastern Journey
  • Eastside Story (a)
  • Easy Days and Mellow Nights
  • Eerie Tension (a)
  • Elemental Power
  • Enter the Villain
  • Entry of the Gladiators
  • Entry of the Heroes (a, e)
  • Epic Struggle
  • Equalizer, The
  • Er Indoors
  • Esta Noche (a)
  • Exotique (a)
  • Face at the Window
  • Facing the Challenge
  • Fairies (a)
  • Falling in Love
  • Family Tales (h)
  • Fancytale
  • Fanfare for a King
  • Fates
  • Fear (1)
  • Festive Medley
  • Fight! Fight! Fight! (a)
  • Fight the Beast!
  • Film Fanfare (a)
  • Final Resolution
  • Finders Creepers
  • Finger of Fear
  • Finger of Suspicion (1, 3)
  • Fingerpickin'
  • Flight in Panic (1)
  • Floating Fortress (a)
  • Flop and Go (a)
  • Fly by Night
  • Folli the Foal
  • Footsteps of Horror
  • For Fun Only
  • Four Horsemen, The
  • Frankenstein's Niece (a)
  • Friends and Neighbours
  • Full of Beans
  • Fully Fashioned
  • Fun at the Seaside
  • Funeral March [three different tracks]
  • Funeral Music
  • Funny Little Man
  • Furtive Footsteps
  • Gala Performance
  • Gala Premiere
  • Galleon
  • Galloping Gertie
  • Games Played in the Dark
  • Gay Activity
  • Gay Dog
  • Gay Time
  • Ghost Child (a)
  • Girl I Left Behind Me, The
  • Glissando (i)
  • Glory Road
  • Goodbye Rodney
  • Good Bye Samba (a)
  • Gorgeous Girl
  • Graveyard
  • Great Achievements
  • Great Moments
  • Gunfighter, The
  • Gypsy Violinist, The
  • Hackney Carriage
  • Hail to the Chief (a)
  • Happy and Gay
  • Happy Christmas Medley
  • Happy End
  • Happy-Go-Lively
  • Happy Holiday
  • Happy Jose
  • Happy Shopper
  • Harry's Back
  • Hat, a Cane, A
  • Haunted Castle, The
  • Hawaiian Beach
  • Hawaiian Breeze
  • Hawaiian Calypso
  • Hawaiian Cocktail
  • Hawaiian Farewell
  • Hawaiian Flower
  • Hawaiian Hula
  • Hawaiian Link (a, b)
  • Hawaiian Party
  • Hawaiian Train
  • Head Over Heels (a)
  • Heavenly Voices
  • Heavy Footsteps (a)
  • Hello Sailor (b)
  • Heraldic Overture
  • Here Comes the Band! (a)
  • Here it Comes (a)
  • Heroes Win
  • Hey Buddy
  • Highly Strung
  • High Speed Action
  • Hilo Rag
  • Hippo's in my Bath
  • Hit and Run [two different tracks]
  • Hog Fever (a)
  • Holiday Dream
  • Holiday Magic
  • Holiday Playtime
  • Hollywood Fanfare
  • Hollywood Heyday
  • Honolulu Lula
  • Honolulu March
  • Horlepiep
  • Horror Chords (b)
  • House of Horror
  • Housewives Choice
  • Hustle and Bustle
  • Hymn of Achievement
  • Impression
  • Inferno
  • In House Jazz (a)
  • In the Cradle (a, b)
  • In the Crypt
  • In the Taverna
  • Into the Wilderness
  • Invincible Armada
  • Irish Patriot, The
  • Italian Summer
  • James Blond
  • Jarabe Tapatio (a)
  • Jenny's Music Box
  • Jerry Cotton
  • Jingle Bells (d)
  • Jingle Bell Swing
  • Jitters, The
  • Jolly Sleighride, The
  • Journey to the Magic Island
  • Jovial Buccaneers, The
  • Jovial Jack
  • Joy to the World
  • Jungle Baby
  • Kamakani (b)
  • Keel Row
  • Kerry Polka
  • Keystone Chaos
  • Killer Birds
  • Killing Ground, The (a)
  • King Conga
  • King Kong Coming
  • King's Codpiece, The
  • King's Fanfare, The
  • Kings Messenger
  • Knight Errant
  • Knights of the Air
  • Konfetti
  • Lambs in Clover
  • Latin Lesson
  • Laughter
  • Left Foot Forward
  • Legends of Hollywood (a)
  • Legend Spreads, The
  • Let's Dance Susanna
  • Licence to Thrill
  • Life Drifts By (a)
  • Life of Luxury
  • Life on the Wild Side
  • Life or Death
  • Light and Easy
  • Lighting the Fuse (a, b)
  • Like Strange
  • Limelight Waltz
  • Lineman, The
  • Linked Romantic Movements
  • Lonely Heart's Club
  • Lonely Stranger
  • Lonely Violin
  • Lullaby
  • Lumbering Giant
  • Lurching Monster
  • Lynda's Music Box
  • Magical Effect (e)
  • Main Street
  • Majesty
  • Malleus Mallificarum (a)
  • Mambo Fantastico
  • Maniac Pursuit
  • Marching to Honolulu
  • March of the Aliens
  • March of the Ants, The
  • March to Battle
  • Marines March, The
  • Maui Beach
  • Maui Girl
  • Meet the Family
  • Me for You
  • Melodrama
  • Menace
  • Menace from the Deep
  • Merry Hunters, The
  • Merry March, The (a)
  • Metropolis
  • Midnight Feast
  • Mississippi Blues
  • Miss World (c)
  • Mists of Illusion
  • Mob, The
  • Moloka'I Nui (a)
  • Monks (a)
  • Monster Bug (a)
  • Moon Walk
  • More or Less Romantic
  • Mostly the Charleston (a)
  • Mounting the Scaffold (1)
  • Moving Target
  • Mud
  • Musical Box (a)
  • Music to Drive By
  • My Horse and I
  • Mystery X
  • National Mourning
  • Newsreel
  • Next Door Neighbour
  • Night Butcher
  • Night Chill
  • Nightmare Begins, The (a)
  • Non Stop
  • Off to Play
  • Of Love and Destiny
  • O.K. Mr. Hillbilly (instrumental)
  • Old Creepy Feeling
  • Old Hilo March
  • O Makalapua (b)
  • Once Upon a Dream
  • On Fire
  • On the Beach
  • On With the Race
  • Open and End Fanfare
  • Orchestral Climax (12)
  • Orchestral Effect (f)
  • Orchestral Ending (d)
  • Orchestral Link (50)
  • Orchids and Roses
  • Orkney Rope Waltz, The
  • Overture
  • Oyster Girls
  • Pageantry Processional
  • Panic Stricken
  • Panther Prowl
  • Parallel Dimension
  • Passage to Victory
  • Pastime
  • Pell-Mell
  • People's Court
  • Pepito from Tampico (a)
  • Piano Presto (a)
  • Pikanterie
  • Pink Lilac
  • Pirate's Life for Me, A (a)
  • Pirate's Waltz, The
  • Place Bleu
  • Playbill
  • Playing with Toys
  • Plot Thickens, The
  • Point of Departure (k, m, o)
  • Police Car
  • Pomp and Ceremony
  • Popcorn
  • Poppin' Around
  • Power Plant
  • Premonition of Disaster
  • Primitive Force
  • Proclamation (a)
  • Project X
  • Promised Land, The
  • Pua Paoakalani (b)
  • Pure Evil
  • Queen's Aloha Oe (b, c)
  • Quiz Organ (b)
  • Rake Hornpipe, The
  • Ramblin' Man from Gramblin'
  • Reach for the Stars
  • Ready for Combat
  • Reckless Rufus
  • Reinstating the King
  • Rescue
  • Retreat
  • Revelation
  • Rococo Rondo
  • Roll Up Waltz
  • Romance and Rhapsody
  • Romantic Ending
  • Romantic Entrance
  • Romantic Evening
  • Roses from the South
  • Royal Entrance
  • Royal Gala
  • Royal Hawaiian Hula
  • Royal Tableau
  • Rule Britannia [two different tracks]
  • Running Bass
  • Sailing Over the Dogger Bank
  • Sailor's Waltz
  • Santa's on His Way
  • Savage Episode
  • Saw Theme
  • Saxaboogie
  • Say it with a Smile (a, e)
  • Scared Stiff
  • Screen Heroes (a)
  • Screw on the Loose
  • Search Party (1, 3)
  • Secret Agent
  • Secret Service
  • Send them Victorious (b)
  • Sergeant Jones
  • Shock (t, u)
  • Shock Attack
  • Shock Horror (a)
  • Shopping Spree
  • Show Fanfare (1, 3, 4)
  • Showtime (c)
  • Silent Tears
  • Silly Season
  • Six Powerful Cues (a, d-f)
  • Skaters Waltz
  • Sleazy Sax
  • Sleigh-Ride
  • Slick in the City
  • Slippery Sid
  • Smoke and Dreams
  • Sneak Up
  • Someone Coming
  • So Tired
  • Soul Organ Impromptu
  • South Pacific Island Ii
  • Sovereign's March, The
  • Space Critters (a)
  • Speaking Guitar
  • Spindlelegs
  • Spring Cleaning
  • Springtime for Lovers
  • Stack of Leis
  • Stadium Rave (a)
  • Stand Boys Stand
  • Stand-Up Comic (b-d)
  • Star Parade
  • Star Prizes (a)
  • Stars and Games
  • Stealth by Night
  • Stealthily
  • Stepping into Danger
  • Steve's March
  • Stiff Upper Lip
  • Stop Press
  • Story of the West, The (a)
  • Strange Goings-On
  • Stranger in Town, The
  • Street Scene
  • String Fashion
  • Sugar Beat
  • Sugar Plum Fairy 59
  • Sunset Strip
  • Sunshine in Hawaii
  • Super Hero
  • Supernatural (1)
  • Superquick (a, b)
  • Surfer Baby (a, d)
  • Surfin' Fun
  • Surfin' Summer (a, b)
  • Surfin Summer Girls
  • Surf's Up! (a)
  • Sweet and Lovely
  • Sweet Annabelle
  • Sweet Victory (1)
  • Sword Fight
  • Sword of Damocles, The
  • Take a Bow (1)
  • Taking Up Positions
  • Tale of Ben Hur, The (1)
  • Tales from the Swamp (a-c)
  • Ta-Ra (a, c)
  • Target
  • Tavern Tales
  • Tea Dance
  • Tearjerker
  • Tell Her I Am
  • Terror by Night
  • Theatreland
  • They're Coming!
  • Time for Bed
  • Time for Terror
  • Timpani - Military (d)
  • Tip Top Polka, The/Cliff Polka, The
  • Titi de Paris
  • Tom Fool
  • Tomfoolery
  • Tomorrow the World
  • Tonight Live (c)
  • Tonight's Prizes
  • Too Tired
  • Torn Apart
  • Towerstreet 17
  • Toys for Boys
  • Toy Soldiers
  • Trafficscape
  • Tribute to the King
  • Tripping Upstairs
  • Triumphant Return (1)
  • Trombone Cha Cha
  • Troop Movement
  • Troop Movement Alt. End
  • Trumpet Call (1)
  • Try On and On
  • Twang Bar Blues (1)
  • Twilight Zone
  • Twinkle Toes
  • Twin Sisters, The
  • Tympup (a)
  • Ulkereien
  • Unease
  • Une Nuit au Cabaret
  • Unpreventable
  • Up She Rises
  • Vergnügungspark
  • Verve
  • V for Victory
  • Vibe Link (a, b)
  • Villains and Vampires (a)
  • Volga Boat Men
  • Voodoo Victim
  • Waddle Cop
  • Wah Wah (a)
  • Waikiki Queen
  • Walking Bass
  • Waltz Elegante
  • Waltzing Flutes
  • Waltzing in Dreamland
  • War Agitato
  • Wargames Linking Section (g, h)
  • War Lords
  • War of Nerves
  • Watch Out!
  • Way West, The
  • Wedding Procession
  • Weird Bridge
  • Western Panorama
  • West Side Rumble
  • What Sall We Do the Drunken Sailor
  • Wheels of Industry, The
  • When Daylight Shines/Captain Lenoe's
  • Where Danger Lurks
  • Where Dreams Come True (a)
  • Whisper from the Past
  • Wicked Witch, The
  • Wild Eyes
  • Wild Panic
  • Willy Nilly
  • With Tongue in Cheek
  • Witty Fellow
  • Woe is Me!
  • Wonderland of Snow
  • Wondrous Pastures
  • Wooden Bear
  • Worker's Symphony
  • World of Sport
  • Youthful Days

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See also

The Ren and Stimpy Show and Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon featured a wide variety of music from folk, to traditional to jazz, some of which was written specifically for use on the show. ...

External links

SpongeBob and the Hi-Seas


 
 

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